Leadership

Aaron Panofsky

Aaron Panofsky

2006 Ph.D. Sociology, New York University 1996 B.A. Science Studies (Interdisciplinary Studies), Amherst College Aaron Panofsky is an Associate Professor in the Institute for Society and Genetics, Public Policy, and Sociology. He is a sociologist of science, knowledge, and culture with a special interest on the history, intellectual organization, and social implications of genetics. His recent book Misbehaving Science is…

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Christopher Kelty

Christopher Kelty

Christopher M. Kelty is professor at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has appointments in the Institute for Society and Genetics, the department of Information Studies and the Department of Anthropology. Research interests center on social theory and technology, the cultural significance of information technology; the relationship of participation, technology and the public sphere; He is the author of the book Two Bits: The…

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Hannah Landecker

Hannah Landecker

2000  Ph.D.,  Science and Technology Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1993   B.Sc.,  Cell and Developmental Biology, University of British Columbia Hannah Landecker uses the tools of history and social science to study contemporary developments in the life sciences, and their historical taproots in the twentieth century.  She has taught and researched in the fields of history of science, anthropology and…

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